Elegy, London: Longman, 1846, 8°, chromolithographed throughout after illuminations by Owen Jones, contemporary calf, upper cover embossed with title within a frame of holly leaves, lower cover similarly embossed with the artist's monogram (spine slightly worn at head), g.e. (2)" /> [GRAY, Thomas. <I>Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard</I>, London: Essex House Press, 1900</I>], 8°, number 9 of 125 copies all on vellum, hand-coloured wood-engraved frontispiece after George Thomson showing the poet's tomb at Stoke Pogis, hand-coloured wood-engraved initials and tailpiece, original parchment, upper cover blocked in blind with the motto "Soul Is Form" beneath a rose (slightly soiled); -- & Owen JONES (illuminator) <I>Elegy</I>, London: Longman, 1846, 8°, chromolithographed throughout after illuminations by Owen Jones, contemporary calf, upper cover embossed with title within a frame of holly leaves, lower cover similarly embossed with the artist's monogram (spine slightly worn at head), g.e. (2) | Christie's